Think Before You Act with any Crime
Without a good lawyer, sex crimes will follow the defendant for the rest of their life. Here is another real life example with a man who is behind bars for sexually abusing girls in Stafford County, about 25 miles from D.C.. He lived there 15 years ago; he had been a teacher and chairman of the school board. Thomas Francis Villacres, age 53, was allegedly charged with quite a few charges against a child during the eight years he had lived in Virginia.
Villacres has been suspended from his recent position in the Defense Intelligence Agency. He has 48 counts of aggravated sexual battery, 48 counts of indecent liberties with a minor while in a supervisory role and 15 counts of object penetration. He was arrested on June 2, and is still behind bars without bond while awaiting extradition back to Virginia.
Defendants who are in serious trouble need an experienced criminal defense lawyer immediately. With felony charges, the only hope is to call an experienced, competent lawyer such as Potter Criminal Defense at 702-997-1774.